About Dutch Haze
When the words “Dutch” and “haze” come together to create the name of a cannabis strain, you can almost guarantee that the results will be epic. Cultivators at Dutch Passion have found success before, and this particular phenotype was like striking gold when they first developed her back in 2009. Dutch Haze is potent and flavorful, exactly what every experienced smoker needs.
THC levels can get pretty high here with a 24% average that will please even the pickiest user. Nugs may be small but their coloring tells a different story with trichomes so dark that they almost look black. You’d think that would indicate a set of flavors that are harsh, however, Dutch Haze brings a blend of aromas and tastes that are anything but. Scents include spice and wood, and your taste buds will dance over flavors of pine, earth, and flowers.
Users should note that Dutch Haze isn’t one to mess around with, and newbies in particular need to be cautious with their dose. This strain kicks in with a cerebral lift that can be overwhelming at times, but imparts a ton of energy and lifts your spirits higher than you thought possible. Creative types tend to get an extra kick in the pants too, and whether you can actually focus on your tasks or not depends on your specific tolerance. Above all else, Dutch Haze can bring about massive feelings of arousal, so it might be smart to share this bud with a special friend.
While Dutch Haze isn’t really classified as a strain that will provide sedating effects, medical patients still tend to gravitate toward her potency as a way to deal with depression, stress, and bodily pain. A sativa-dominant bud that’s fairly energizing, it can be used to help with chronic fatigue, and if you hit it hard enough, could potentially help with insomnia. Given that most tend to lean on the side of having more energy than they know what to do with, this strain is ideal as a wake and bake bud that will offer relief all day long.
Dutch Haze is a fairly easy strain to cultivate at home, although many call her a jungle of a plant, meaning you must have enough space to properly care for your crop once it matures. Both indoor and outdoor growth is perfectly fine, but breeders will tell you that they had an indoor situation in mind from the start, so you may want to engage in hydroponic methods if you can. Flowering time takes about 10 weeks as long as you’re providing plenty of sunshine.
Newer users may want to hold off and get some smoking sessions under their belt before diving headfirst into Dutch Haze, but those who know what they’re doing will soon call this strain one of their favorites. With great flavors and powerful effects, there’s no such thing as having a bad time with this bud.